Nov 22, 2019 - Nov 23, 2019
2 adults - 1 room
Where to stay in San Antonio
San Antonio is one of the most popular cities to visit in Texas with a wide variety of hotel accommodation both in the heart of the city and further afield near the theme parks.
As well as the historic site of the Alamo, visitors like to visit the San Antonio River Walk – the landmark pedestrian promenade lined with cafes and shops – SeaWorld, Six Flags Fiesta Texas and San Antonio Zoo.
The city also boasts the VIA Metropolitan Transit, a public transportation agency that offer a service throughout the city, including streetcar services within the downtown area that stop at or near most hotels, restaurants, the convention center and many other visitor hot spots. VIA Metropolitan Transport Day Passes are also available for those planning to visit multiple destinations by bus or streetcar. Car rental in San Antonio is also a popular option for those looking to see more of the city or travel further afield.
Hotels in San Antonio
A five-star option, The St Anthony Hotel is a national historic landmark featuring an outdoor heated pool, cabanas and pool bar. All rooms are fully-equipped with modern amenities, guests enjoy complimentary Wi-Fi and a fitness center is available for those looking to stay active. The city's popular River Walk is just 200 yards away, while the must-see Alamo is less than 500 yards from the front door. After a day of sightseeing, residents can take advantage of live jazz in the renowned St. Anthony Club.
The less expensive Sheraton Gunter Hotel is in downtown San Antonio across from the San Antonio River Walk. The guest rooms are classically decorated, while visitors also have access to a well-equipped fitness center, heated swimming pool and a 1920s-style barber shop. The city's attractions are never far away, including the Majestic Theater, which can be found across the street from the Sheraton Gunter.
A little further from the center, this budget choice hotel is perfect for SeaWorld, which is just five miles away. Spacious rooms, complimentary Wi-Fi and an outdoor pool are just a few of the Ramada's attractions, while the San Antonio River Walk is less than ten miles away.
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I have been twice and on both times the food, riverwalk, and attractions top notch
Just an ordinary downtown and if it wasn’t for Riverwalk and the Alamo, there wasn’t really much to see or do.
There is so much to do in San Antonio. It's the seventh largest city but has a small town feel to it. If you cannot find something to do then you have not left your house.
Could have easily spend a lot more time here only 2 days was not enough but we had a tight schedule. Family nightlife is obvious and along the stream or canal is a raft of bars and eateries for the party people